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NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know (UPDATED)

New Jersey's death toll is now 7,871, and 3,144 new cases were announced on Sunday. Here are the areas with new cases, as well as the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey on Sunday.>>>Read more here.

Gov. Murphy To Make Decision On NJ Schools In Coronavirus Crisis (UPDATE)

UPDATE: NJ will make a decision on schools and Gov. Murphy offered a new timeframe for his choice. Here's the latest on the coronavirus.

Gov. Murphy Issues 6-Point NJ Reopen Plan In Coronavirus Crisis

WATCH: Gov. Murphy revealed a NJ reopening plan during his news conference. Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus crisis.

NJ Hospital Safety Grades 2020: The Best And The Worst

The nonprofit group Leapfrog released its bi-annual round of hospital safety grades. Here's how hospitals around New Jersey fared.

Gov. Murphy Provides Details On What Jersey Shore Summer Could Be

Gov. Phil Murphy addressed what the Jersey Shore could look like amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Keep NJ Schools Closed, Education Groups Tell Gov. Murphy

"Reopening schools presents serious challenges that are far more complex," the group representing education organizations said.

Here's What NJ Finally Said In Unemployment Pay 'Endless Battle'

Many residents remain frustrated as NJ Gov. Phil Murphy finally addressed the many concerns about unemployment pay.

Gov. Murphy Clarifies What NJ Business Can Open Amid Coronavirus

Here is what NJ businesses can now open – and how they can operate – under Gov. Phil Murphy's coronavirus stay-at-home order.

Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Suggests Possible Beach Reopen Plan

Point Pleasant Beach's mayor suggested a possible beach reopening plan by Memorial Day – if New Jersey as a whole takes steps to reopen.

Belleville Mayor Has Coronavirus Antibodies; Here's What It Means

Was Belleville Mayor Michael Melham among the first COVID-19 cases in the United States? There's a good chance of it, he says.

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